Vido Nori has branched out of his comfort zone to create an edgy, minimalistic line of concrete tableware. Nori’s collection plays with shape; for instance, he has constructed some eye-catching geometric and origami-inspired plates. Soup in a round bowl? Boring! If you’re hosting a dinner party and want to take your decoration to the next level, definitely give these plates a try; they manage to be simultaneously simplistic and striking.
Far from being high maintenance, this line is entirely machine-washable for your convenience. Beyond the layered, multifaceted shapes, Nori differentiates the line from other tableware with his choice of material – concrete. The cool gray of the concrete really pairs well with the geometric designs and solidifies the minimalistic aesthetic of the line. Finally, the line is extremely cohesive, with all the pieces (which are stackable and joinable) complementing one another.
Minimalistic Concrete Tableware
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